Equator 2WD V6-4.0L (2009)
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Be careful not to damage cylinder body inner wall.
Do not reuse piston seal.
6) Remove the bleed valve and cap.
Check the inside surface of the cylinder body for score, rust, wear, damage or foreign materials. If any of the above conditions are observed,
Minor damage from rust or foreign materials may be eliminated by polishing surface with a fine emery paper. Replace cylinder body if necessary.
Use new brake fluid for cleaning. Do not use mineral oils such as gasoline or kerosene.
Check the torque member for wear, cracks, and damage. If damage or deformation is present, replace the torque member.
Check the pistons for score, rust, wear, damage or presence of foreign materials. Replace if any of these conditions are observed.
Piston sliding surface is plated, do not polish with emery paper even if rust or foreign materials are stuck to sliding surface.
Sliding Pins, and Sliding Pin Boots
Check the sliding pins and sliding pin boots for wear, damage, and cracks. If damage or deformation is present, replace the affected part.
Upper sliding pin must be replaced at each service.
Do not use Rubber Grease when assembling.
1) Install the bleed valve and cap.
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